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Discussion in 'Hunting' started by a1gunner, Apr 5, 2008.

  1. a1gunner

    a1gunner Pro Poster

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    went shooting today to get some ferals to use as crow bait. and i only saw two in a 3-4 hour sesion:eek:

    fortunatley it wasnt a wasted day as there was quite a bit to do around the farm so i helped with that, (got fresh milk as a payment, i like milk:))


    anyway back to what i was saying before my milk adiction (i have a glass of milk and a bicie before bed all the time)

    erm right of the milk, how many of you sometimes find your shoot that is usually full of vermin compleatly barren.

    i normally se about 15 at least, and thats sometimes including 5 in a pack
    but today i only saw 2, one flew overhead and i shot the one in the rafter that was on his todd
     
  2. Nicksi

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    Happens all the time, usually when I've got the gun with me:mad:. All seems to be elsewhere. On the other hand I took the dog out this morning minus gun not expecting to see much and rekon would have had shots at;
    1 ferrel, 2 Jackdaws, 1 Carrion Crow, 1 woodie and 2 rabbits!!!

    Bet the place is barren when I go out later.
     
  3. steve410

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    Same with me Nicksi,they seem to sense that you have a gun with you,strange but true ;)
     
  4. a1gunner

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    do you reckon it has something to do with body language.

    without a gun we are just having a stroll but with a rifle its like prowling mode.

    have i lost it:confused:
     
  5. sumo

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    Your quite right mate, when you have no gun there is game allover, BUT unzip the gun and everything scarpers!.
    My mams always complaining about the rabbits in her garden but the minute you pull out the gun "whoose" they are gone!

    They do seem to know dont they?
    So your not loseing it pal

    Ian.;)
     
  6. a1gunner

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    glad to see i'm not alone:D
     
  7. Dave_1

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    Agree with all above. I think it's just different. I held up a wooden pole once and they did the same thing.
    If everyone did that when they walked around like walkers etc they would probably stay put:)
     
  8. simply james

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    better then none mate.
     
  9. a1gunner

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    its is odd how you can get a couple on one day and hit loads the next:rolleyes:

    but then again, if the sport was predictable it would be boring:D
     

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